"Kite Runner" presented by the International Book Center today


The panel will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Friday to discuss Khaled al-Husseini's novel "Kite Runner" at the International Book Center at its headquarters behind the Superior Judiciary.

The novel revolves around a friendship between two boys in Kabul in a house but in two different worlds: one is called "Amir", the son of a wealthy businessman, and Hassan is the son of his servant. . But when the Soviets invade Afghanistan, Amir and his father escape the country in search of a new life in the United States, and Amir thinks he has finally managed to escape the secret he is in. Hassan's memory comes back to haunt him.

"Kite Runner" is a novel about friendship, betrayal, the price of achievement and the bonds between parents and children, about the truth that unfolds, no matter how people try to hide it, describes the richness of culture and the beauty of nature in a devastated country. Through the faith of the novel reading and counting heavily, and through the open way to atone for sins.


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